Tags two-factor authentication (2FA)
Twitter: We accidentally used security data to target users with ads
Twitter does not know how many people were impacted by the error.
Yubico unveils new NFC key, developing a Lightning-enabled key
Yubico unveiled two new security keys CES as it makes its line work across more platforms. But a key geared specifically for Apple products won't reach consumers' hands quite yet.
Hackers target 'hundreds' of Middle East activists with fake login pages, 2FA bypass schemes
The phishing methods are not new, but point to an effort to automate them at scale to target human rights activists, journalists and others.
Yubico's latest authentication keys get the jump on a 'passwordless' future
All four devices in the fifth line of YubiKeys support FIDO2, an open authentication protocol that allows users to forgo passwords entirely.
Cisco to acquire Duo Security for $2.35 billion
Cisco looks to enhance its identity management and other services with Duo Security's trust verification and multi-factor authentication product.
User data and private messages exposed in Reddit breach
Reddit, one of the world’s most popular websites and the self-proclaimed “front page of the internet,” was hacked, exposing some user data, internal logs, source code, and other files, according to a post published to the platform today.